Cornwall - Feb. 19, 2011 - It didn't take long for the Brockville Braves to get their revenge on the Colts.
The Braves edged the Colts 6-2 on home ice Friday night, redeeming themselves for the 3-1 loss in Cornwall a night earlier.
It was a penalty-filled affair between the two Highway 401 rivals, with a total of 33 offences and 111 minutes in penalties being handed out by the refs. That toll consisted of several misconducts, including one to Colts head coach Ian MacInnis for harassing an official.
The Braves took advantage of the calls by connecting on three of 14 power plays, while the Colts only managed to score once in seven attempts with the man-advantage.
Brockville jumped out to a 2-1 lead after the first period, and they added two more in the second and third frames to seal the deal.
Maxime Dumond, Mike Skakum and Kyle Armstrong each scored a pair for the Braves, while Connor Primeau and Mitch Zion scored for the Colts.
The Colts will look to get back in the win column on Monday when they travel to Carleton Place to take on the Canadians.
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